Applications have been extended to Friday, November 1st. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed November 4th. Successful candidates will be notified by November 7th. Programming Director start date November 28, 2019. Please send a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Programming Director will report to the Board of Directors. Duties include, but are not limited to:
Coordinate and schedule all programming: five annual exhibitions, artist talks, workshops, screenings, events, member activities, etc.
Develop and initiate new programming directions within the aceartinc. mandate.
Manage Cartae Open School, an alternative learning program.
Work closely with the FLUX Gallery Committee.
Initiate and pursue the planning of the Indigenous Curatorial Residency Program.
Develop policies that support the mandate.
Oversee and implement strategic plans with the board of directors.
Oversee the project room.
Work in partnership with the Director of Finance and Administration to achieve goals and pursue the mandate.
Manage contract staff, interns, volunteers, and temporary workers in coordination with the Director of Finance and Administration.
Conduct studio visits with members and other artists.
Solicit submissions for the program and other activities.
Liaise with local, national, and international arts organizations for program and partnership development.
Coordinate the Regular Exhibition jury.
Grant writing, reporting, and budget management.
Edit and coordinate all Critical Distance Essays, including the selection of emerging writers and thinkers to write about the five Regular Exhibitions.
Edit and manage PaperWait, maintaining this as an annual, high-quality, printed publication.
Attend monthly board meetings and report to the board on programming updates monthly.
Qualified candidates will have a background in contemporary art, including an applicable combination of education, production, writing, and/or dissemination. They will have experience, education, or training in arts administration. They will have experience with artist-run centres and/or non-profit organizations, including volunteer experience. They will have had previous success in grant writing or fundraising experience. They will have excellent time management skills, communication, presentation, and writing skills.
aceartinc. is seeking a new Director of Finance and Administration.
Applications have been extended to Friday, November 1st. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed November 4th. Successful candidates will be notified by November 7th. Director of Finance and Administration start date December 11, 2019. Please send cover letter and CV to email@example.com.
Director of Finance and Administration will report to the Board of Directors. Duties include, but are not limited to:
creating, maintaining, and revising the global budget for monthly board approval.
Prepare month-end files for the bookkeeper.
Administrator payroll, source deductions and tax documents with the bookkeeper.
Ensure prompt payment of bills, artist fees, and contract fees.
Regularly update CADAC and generate reports when necessary.
Meet regularly with the bookkeeper, accountant, financial assistant and Treasurer.
Prepare and coordinate year-end.
Meet with funding representatives and assist in fundraising.
Maintain insurance for the gallery, board directors, equipment, and artists.
Arrange any travel, hospitality, etc.
Organise the AGM with the board and staff.
Prepare and dispatch newsletters.
Attend or ensure a gallery host is present at all openings.
Work in partnership with the Programming Director to achieve goals and maintain the mandate.
Manage contract staff, interns, volunteers, and temporary workers in coordination with the Programming Director.
Identify potential partnerships with other organizations locally, nationally, and internationally.
Qualified candidates will have a background in contemporary art, including an applicable combination of education, production, writing, and/or dissemination. They will have the experience, education, or training in arts administration. They will have experience with artist-run centres and/or non-profit organizations, including volunteer experience. They will have had previous success in grant writing and/or fundraising experience. They will have excellent time management skills, communication, presentation, and writing skills.
We are delighted to share the wonderful news that hannah_g has been awarded a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts to work on an experimental art writing project, Critical Fictions. To support her work, the Board Directors of aceartinc. have given hannah a twelve month sabbatical, commencing November 2018.
In addition to implementing the superb annual juried exhibition program of five exhibitions , among other related activities, hannah champions emerging art writers through the Critical Distance writing program. She has been instrumental in directing transformational initiatives at ace such as: The Cartae Open School (co-founded with Jamie Wright and Helga Jakobson), The Flux Gallery (co-founded with Hannah Doucet), the Indigenous Curatorial Residency (with support from Jaimie Isaac, Nikki Little, Jenny Western, ACC-CCA, and NIMAC), and the BIPOC art & culture writing workshop series (with Creative Manitoba Indigenous Programs and the University of Winnipeg’s Institute of Women & Gender Studies, Noor Bhangu.) The board and staff will miss working with her but enthusiastically await what she fills the next twelve months with…
Annual Student Show call 2015 If you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student in Manitoba taking an art class, you are eligible to apply.
Deadline: noon, 20 March 2015
To install and exhibit from 7 to 30 April 2015
Please submit up to 3 pieces on any theme in any medium to firstname.lastname@example.org
– a one-page artist statement
– an image list
– Each image should not exceed 1024×768 pixels, 72dpi and/or 50kb. No more than 9 images total (including detail images of each of the 3 pieces being submitted).
Selected artists are eligible to apply for the Scott Wachall Memorial Bursary, a $500 award and opportunity to give a public artist talk about your practice and work.
Come and get the newest volume of PaperWait – to be launched during the AGM
Since our last AGM, the Board has filled one vacancyand appointed Nicole Flynn as a new director. The membership will vote to ratify this decision.
6 of our current directors have terms that will expire. They are: Andrew Moreau, Andrew Kaplan, Lancelot Coar, Holger Kalberg, Mark Neufeld, Mike VonTiesenhausen. These 6 directors have put their names forward to serve a further two-year term. The membership will vote on whether to re-elect them.
There are currently up to 3 vacancies on the board. Any interested member can put their name forward, no later than November 26th, if they wish to stand for election. We encourage any interested individuals, especially practicing artists, to apply.
At the AGM we will be presenting:
(i) Treasurer’s Report, including ace’s Financial Statements from prior year. (ii) Election of Directors. (iii) Appointment of our Accountant. (iv) President’s Report. (v) PaperWait vol.16 launch.
aceartinc. will hold its 2013 Annual General Meeting on Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 7:00pm, 2nd floor, 290 McDermot Ave.
PaperWait Vol.15 will be available after the AGM. It covers all the 2012/13 program including essays by Darren Stebeleski, Willow Rector, Ben Clarkson, Emily G. Doucet, and Eric LeSage. The limited print edition also features art work by Maegan Broadhurst, cam bush, Matthew Gardiner, Alexander McQuat, and Phomohobes. Come by and pick up your free copy, members, or become a member and get your free copy!
All members are invited and encouraged to attend.
The 2013 Annual Report and our review engagement will be presented. There will be cake!
Courtney R. Thompson repatriated to Winnipeg in 2012 via Chicago after she completed her MA from the Art History, Theory & Criticism program at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2011, winning the sole Fellowship for her department. She has previously worked for The Art Institute of Chicago, The Art Gallery of Calgary and The New Gallery (Calgary, Alberta) and is currently a board member for send + receive: a festival of sound. She regularly contributes art criticism and artist interviews to ArtSlant and Art in Print and has presented papers at symposia across North America. Her research addresses spatial practices and slippages between art, architecture and the visual culture of dwelling. She was born in Winnipeg and despite her nineteen-year absence the winters are exactly as she remembers them.
Visual artists and art writers are invited to submit to aceartinc.’s annual publication, PaperWait, on the theme of
L A N D S C A P E S.
PaperWait is an annual publication published by aceartinc. that covers our programming year- in this case July 2012 to July 2013. It is primarily made up of the texts produced through our Critical Distance writing program that encourages critical writing and dialogue about contemporary art but it is also an archive of the year’s regular and special programming. Each issue of PaperWait includes an edited section of artist pages and arts writing that provides an opportunity to more artists to have their work included.
-Please submit one image with full title, medium, date and artist’s name.
-The image should not exceed 1024×768 pixels, 72dpi and/or 50kb.
Please submit a synopsis of no more than 400 words for an essay of no more than 1500 words that engages with themes, theories, or artists connected with ‘landscapes’ within the realm of contemporary art.
We are accepting applications by email only- remember to include your email address, phone number and address. Please address them to email@example.com